Film Feature: Preview for 27th Chicago Underground Film Festival, Running Nov. 9-22, 2020

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CHICAGO – The one great off-the-beaten-track cinema festival remains the Chicago Underground Film Festival (CUFF). Like all festivals around 2020, CUFF 27 will be virtual and online from November 9th-22nd, 2020, with special Drive-In events.

StarVirtual/Online Programming

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’Ghost of the Golden Groves’ at CUFF 27
Photo credit: CUFF.org

The 27th Chicago Underground Film Festival opens on November 9th, 2020, and runs through Sunday, November 22nd. The films will be available virtually and online worldwide but on a specific schedule. For complete details and ticket information, click here.

StarSpecial Drive-In Presentations

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‘Flannery’ at the Drive-In on November 12th, 2020
Photo credit: CUFF.org

For two nights, CUFF 27 goes to the Drive-In, the popular destination in Chicago in 2020, the ChiTown Movies Drive-In (location details below). On Thursday, November 12th, the documentary “Flannery” – about literary giant Flannery O’Connor – will begin at 6pm, followed by Chicago Shorts Program 1. On Friday, November 13th, Chicago Shorts Program 2 begins at 6pm, followed by the documentary “Sleaze Lake: Vanlife at its Lowest & Best.” For complete details and tickets, click here.

StarLive Stream Q&As

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The 27th Chicago Underground Film Festival
Photo credit: CUFF.org

CUFF 27 will feature complete “live stream” coverage of their films with perspectives and filmmaker Q&As taking place after the premiere of the films at CUFF (and will be available later as part of the virtual screener package). For a complete schedule of live stream events, click here.

GO TO Page Two for an interview with Taila Howe, the 27th CUFF Festival Producer … including details on the CUFF 27 afterparty!

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